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The word procrastinate comes from a Latin compound word:  pro, which means “forward,” and crastinus, which means “of tomorrow (or the day after tomorrow, ad infinitum).  Most things in life that need to be done – paying bills, painting the house, changing the oil in the car – allow for a few “tomorrows” before they absolutely have to be done.  There are however, other things in life that don’t allow for such putting off because they have eternal ramifications.  Most important is one’s decision regarding Christ.  Hebrews 9:27 says we die and then comes the judgment- there are no tomorrows or do-over’s when it comes to salvation.

This week, work on how you interpret salvation, and how to live your life in relation to salvation.

Read:  II Corinthians 6:2

Bill

Scripture Readings for Transfiguration of the Lord Sunday – March 3, 2019 – Communion Sunday

Old Testament Reading: Exodus 34:29-35

Epistle Reading: II Corinthians 3:12-4:2